By Andrei Skvarsky.
Russian bank Nomos has parted company with its head of asset management, Yury Belonoschenko, who has been hired by Moscow’s UralSib Financial Corporation for a similar role.
Belonoschenko’s UralSib appointment as head of asset management takes effect on November 23, according to a statement from the banking group.
His capital markets career, which began in 1997, includes positions at Troika Dialog, where he was an associate partner and earlier headed the Moscow brokerage’s branch in Samara, and a role with Aton, where he was chief of the Samara office.
After Alexander Pugach’s departure as UralSib’s chief asset manager in May this year, the position has provisionally been held by Eduard Koluzanov, head of business development in the asset management unit. Koluzanov will return to the latter role when Belonoschenko takes over, the statement said.